Monday, March 30, 2009

Red Envelope Day - Last Reminder!

Tomorrow, March 31st, is Red Envelope Day. I am going to remind you about this day once more, because I believe it really has the potential to make a difference.
Red Envelope Day is a silent protest against abortion. All silent protesters will send red envelopes to the White House on Tuesday, March 31st. Every red envelope represents an unborn child that was killed through abortion.
On the back of every envelope, write this:
This envelope represents one child who died in abortion. It is empty because that life was unable to offer anything to the world.
Responsibility begins with conception.
Mail the envelope to this address:
President Barack Obama
The Whitehouse
1600 Pennsylvania Ave. N.W.
Washington, D.D. 20500
Please visit redenvelopeday.com and sign up to participate so a record of how many envelopes are being sent can be kept. You will also be able to find some useful information and ideas. If you don't have red envelopes, you can buy them online at redenvelopeday.com or have them sent via internet. (I'm sure you can also find red envelopes at any store from Wal-Mart to the Dollar General.) But be sure that whatever envelope you use has the proper postage, or else it will be sent back. A return address is also very important! If your envelope does not have a return address, it will not be delivered to the White House.
It is exciting to see how many people are participating in this silent protest. Please pray over your envelopes, and pray over the whole project in general. Don't forget to visit the website. Every child has the right to life.
"The sacred rights of mankind are...written, as with a sun beam in the whole volume of human nature, by the hand of divinity itself; and can never be erased or obscured by mortal power." Alexander Hamilton, 1775.

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